Kids can be picky about food, especially when it comes to school lunches. This Sunday, a screening of "What's On Your Plate?" at Audubon Greenwich will address what kids are eating at school and how they can eat better.
The documentary by Catherine Gund and featuring Sadie Hope-Gund and Safiya Riddle is all about kids and food politics. It follows the two 11-year-old African-American city kids over the course of a year and looks at the food they eat. The girls visit supermarkets, fast food chains and school lunchrooms as well as innovative sustainable food system practices at farms and greenmarkets.
After the 2 p.m. screening, Audubon staff and guest speakers will discuss the status of school lunches and other food-related topics for kids. For more information about the film, visit the "What's On Your Plate?" Web site.
The event is suitable for all ages, with a suggested donation of $10 per adult. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP with Audubon Greenwich at (203) 869-5272.
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